2022 Summer Camp

2022 Summer Camp

No Internet. No Screen. Outdoor Sports Summer Camp (age 6-11). June 6th -10th, Monday to Friday between 1-5 pm. Non-members: $208 / Members $188. All outdoor activities are hosted at Elizabeth Milburn Park, including one day Typhoon Waterpark pass, fresh fruit Snacks, transportation and Ying Yoga hat.

June 6th, Monday

01:00pm – 02:30pm – Outdoor Pool Swim
02:30pm – 03:00pm – Snack break
03:30pm – 04:30pm – kids Yoga
04:30pm – 04:45pm – Drawing Meditation

June 7th, Tuesday

01:00pm – 02:30pm – Outdoor Basketball
02:30pm – 03:00pm – Snack break
03:30pm – 04:30pm – kids Yoga
04:30pm – 04:45pm – How our brain works

June 8th, Wednesday

01:00 – 05:00 pm – Typhoon Texas Waterpark at Pflugerville (drop off and pick up at Studio Parking lot)

June 9th, Thursday

01:00pm – 02:00pm – Outdoor Beach Volleyball
02:00pm – 02:30pm – Snack break
03:30pm – 04:00pm – Kids Yoga
04:00pm – 04:45pm – How to walk a runway

June 10th, Friday

01:00pm – 02:30pm – Outdoor Soccer
02:30pm – 03:00pm – Snack break
03:10pm – 03:50pm – Floor Yoga
04:00pm – 04:45pm – Kids Fly.

Kids Summer Camp

Ying Yoga Sports Summer Camp File Trip with REAL Fire Truck Ride (6-10)

June 14th to 18th Monday to Friday. 1-5pm $188. Fly Members $108. One summer camp T-shirt and healthy snacks are included. All outdoor Sports activity is at Elizabeth Milburn Park (1901 Sun Chase Blvd, Cedar Park, TX 78613)

June 14th Monday

1-2pm Sport outdoor swimming (Milburn Park) with Ying & Emily
2:30-3:30pm snacks and drink. Learning time Asian History 15mins. Art&crafts 15mins
4-5pm Kids Fly Yoga with Grace

June 15th Tuesday

1-5pm File Trip with real Fire Truck Ride in Johnstown City.
With Ying ,Emily& Grace

June 16th Wednesday

1-2pm Sports Beach Volleyball basic Skills (Milburn Park) with Ying &Emily
2:30-3:30pm Snacks
3:30-4:00pm Learning time . Yoga History and uses of religion Art & crafts
4-5pm Kids Fly Yoga with Grace

June 17th Thursday

1-2pm Sports basketball basic skills ( Milburn Park) with Ying &Emily
2:30-3:30pm Snacks
3:30-4:00pm learning time what’s meditation and recognizing emotions Art & crafts
4-4:30pm Kids Floor Yoga with Smile
4:30-5pm Kids partner Yoga

June 18th Friday

1-2pm. Sports Soccer basic Skills with Ying & Emily
2:30-3:30pm. Snacks
3:30–4:30pm learning time. (mindfulness & 7 chakras Art & crafts )
4-5pm Kids Fly Yoga with Grace

Don’t Compare: Loving Yourself Where You’re At

It’s scary when you start out in yoga. Everyone seems so good and flexible that insecurities can run away with the minds of new students. I know the feeling all too well and I’ve been doing yoga for years now, however, I still fall into those familiar thought patterns.

As we were just starting off the class loosening up our bodies, I was caught myself observing my neighbor who was older than I was. In response to seeing her flexibility, my body began to move with more conviction. I realized I was competing with my neighbor to see who could do better cat-cows, only it was a race she didn’t know she was in.

It was all in my head, these thoughts of me not being as good as she is. I caught myself and brought my mind back onto my own mat. Everything was going well until we transitioned into our vipassana because as we went into downward dog I noticed my mind beginning to run that pattern again. Continue Reading →

The Benefit of Maintaining a Regular Yoga Practice

The Benefit of Maintaining a Regular Yoga Practice - by Robert Nguye

Robert Nguyen

(Post written by Robert Nguyen) There is no doubt that yoga is great for health. It is physically challenging and my body has become stronger and more flexible as I improved. The conscious breathing that is the focal point of yoga helps improve blood flow in the body and brain, there is an increase in energy level, the body becomes less prone to injury. However, I noticed it’s not nearly as effective for me to only do yoga every once in a while. In my experience, I have learned the way to get the most benefit from yoga is consistency.

By practicing yoga regularly, I have developed the good habits that contribute to the health of my soul. With the chaotic lifestyles we live as Americans, we are often overworked, overwhelmed and disconnected with ourselves. Our schedules are typically busy and we are so rushed that our minds never have a chance to get a break.

That’s where yoga comes in. I see yoga as my chance to ground myself. When I am on the mat I can clear my head from all the clutter that fogs my mind that prevents me from thinking clearly and being fully engaged in life. Yoga can be such a valuable tool to help us reset but it’s not a resource we utilize enough. The average person only does yoga once a week but a lot can happen in a week. Continue Reading →

Gentle. Safe. Relaxed.

As we get older, muscle tends to stiffen, our joints lose their range of motion and we become more susceptible to chronic problems such as osteoporosis, arthritis and heart diseases.  Yoga can help slow down the effects of the ageing process by maintaining muscle softness and flexibility.  Doing yoga, one can maintain a healthy mind and strong spirit while reducing the effects of many age-related issues.  Ying Yoga offers gentle, safe, and relaxed senior yoga session every Wednesday at 11 AM.

When do we open?

Welcome to Ying Yoga Studio. We’re currently getting inspected, and waiting for the City permit to operate. We are hoping to open around February 1st now, but please do check back again around that time to confirm. We are sorry for the inconvenience and the repeated delays, and thank you for your understanding and interests.